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fublUhed every day (Mcadays excepted). T HOLLAND Ca . ornCE-VEST rNP OF L100UB STREET. TEB3LSI One voer, by Mail or Impress - fit s,t)lontbs.. J Tfcree Month ;an forwarded till pal Cer.1 THK UAILT RECORD It delivered l Mvh, Bullionville end Ham. to the Carriers. p W CRANE. dHO Montg'y et 8sa Francisco bnUN ..Bullionville t STARR Hamilton DAXGKR ISLAND. f ir tontb, in the Indian Ocean (writes a traveler), in the midst of almost eternal mrf and spray, rises what ia appropriate ly termed Wanner isiana. ji an tne soots on the globe, whose exist ence has been ascertained, tbia is proba bly the moat lonely. Once only has it been known to have been visited by man. Ths sea fr many hundred mile rolls and flashes over a snanow Donom, nil, rtiTina at a certain degree of latitnde. tbe floor of rock abruptly terminates, and the ocean becomes in a moment of un fathomable depth. ' On the very edge of Ibis abyss stands Danger Island, which the least touch of an earthquake or an unusual hurricane may some day topple over into the bottomless gulf. The bil lows incessantly fret and foam against the cuffs of Danger island, which on all sides desceod sheer into the deep, ao as appear from ft distance penecuy access )!. A surveying ship, traversing th ocean in all directions for scientific purposes, once approached this wild rock. After rowing to a considerable distance along the foot of the precipices on gentleman discovered a small Assure, through which he felt confident they could climb to the summit; aud the boat being pushed quite close to the rocks, two or three of the most d'triug landed, and after no slight toil reached the top. The prospect which then presented itself was truly extraordi nary. Rendered green a an emerald by the Agency of hidden springs, the whole Bin luce ot tne islet was tbickly strewn with ?cs of innumerable ocean birds. which, rising from their task of incuba tion, lormed a oanopy of fluttering wings ovtrhend. 1 ne eggs were ol all colors white, light chocolate, and cerulean bine, dolled with brown or crimson, or tnr jnoise, or black. Here and there little bills protruded from tbe shells; and the mothers, though scared away for a mo ment by the unusual apparition of men, so m alighted near their young. A FRSTIVAL IV ICELAND. Ii'elnnd Lns in contemplation next year to celebrate the thousandth year since setlbment of the island (874). As early it btiil n Dune named Gsrder was drilted from Scotland in the stormy weather uorthnard to an unknown coast. He sintered in the eonntry and called it tiardarsliolui. Shortly thereafter a Nor wegian, Nadod, was also drifted there. In (CiS the island was visited by another Norwegian, Floke, who remained for n year there and named it Iceland. Iugolf, driven into exile on account of crnelties prepretrated by the Norwegian King Hagnr Haaraager, proceeded in 874 with his foster-brother to Iceland, and there lonnded the earliest settlements. These were near the'place where Reikjavik, the capital of the island, now stands. Others followed the brothers, and the island was soon inhabited. From Ice laud Greenland, ns is known, was dis covered, and from it hardy Norse aea raen, about the year 1000, reached that part of tbe coast of the American ctmti ruit now forming Massachusetts. It is, consequently, not without some histori cal justification that tbe celebrated Nor wegian violinist, Ole Bull, has been col lecting subscriptions at concerts among his countrymen to erect a monument to the N'orweigian, Leif Erikaon, the first discoverer of America, aa the latter touched Americau ground from four to five hundred years before Columbus, and there are indications that the Genoese was not ouly acquainted with the voy ages of the old Norse Bailors to America, hut that they were not without influence ou his plan and its execution. (.Cologne Gastte. Tui New York Tribune ha been com paring the statistical returns presented by the census tables ns to the decrease in the crops of the South brought abont by the direct or indirect action of the war. The comparison as made for the years ItftIO and INTO, shows a decrease of 1, jW.OOO boles of eottou; 2, 000,000 pounds of wool; 170,000,000 pounds t)f tobooco; 13,000,000 pounds of butter; 570,000 pounds of cheese! 167,000,000 pounds of sugar; 8.000,000 gallons of molasses; 21,000,000 bushels of potatoes; 113,000, 000 pounds of rice; 8,800,000 bushels of wheat; 500,000 bushels of rye; 110,000 tons of hay; 53,000 tons of hemp; 100,. 000,000 bushels of corn. This result is mainly attributable to the fact that many thousands of negro men who formerly belonged to the pro ducing classes are now consuming poli ticians. Thoy have no further use for work, so far as they are individually con cerned. Then again, the colored women have, aa a rule, retired from tho field and farm. They toil not, neither do they spin, except under the stern press ure of absolute necessity. Few of them indeed are willing workers. This decline in productive labor is however, met to some extent by while toilers who have pulled off their coats nd rolled up their sleeTes with the he roic determination of achieving their in dependence. They are gradually bring ing our cotton, sugar and rice crops np to their old standard. Every year gives them increased ability to labor and in creased patience to wait their reward. INew Orleans Times. Dhiwiso a Crowd. The man who wgered be could draw i crowd by stand ing in any of the principal streets in Aw York and looking straight up to the sky, won his bet. Curt 08ty in San Franoisco is no less powerfully developed. A man carrying upon his shoulder n heavy iron bar truck it against a large glass window and cracked the paue. The street was one where loaded vehicle frequently passed, and so, to prevent the jar from causing the cracks to extend, a ring was atawn about the spot on the glass with a aiutnond pin. Somebody caught sight of the shivered spot and the circle about it, nnd stopped to look. Another did liks ise; the crowd increased, and in a short time four policemen arrived on tha run, it having been reported at headquarters that pwt0 blill na(J bMn flred int(J the ouice, and that the plaoe had been rob "t. Of course, the coming of the polioe few a still larger crowd, and tha office almost besieged. The exoitement could not be allayed and the crowd dis persed uutil a placard was hung up gir the explanation of tbe affair, and " then number lingered near to "P'H out the words. d: JLJLJLU DAILY" RE A coNFiOMcit operator literally cap wed the town of Oilman, in this State, st week. In one day he succeeded in Buying up aU ths Hts stock in ths town ud making large oontracts ahead, and on 'ue strength of these operations borrowed nearly an the money in the town. Be 'ore night he borrowed a horse and bug By nd left. A ahort time after his de parture there was a lively farmers' move went in Oilman, which resulted in the ipture of the operator. Yesterday he h. ,n ,he Presence of a oonrt JMth tnUo1 - Chicago TribBM, VOL, VII; CORJV It PIOCHE. NEVADA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1873. NO. 55, Siathop Losorn low's Diji.i-Nan- TV .r Drood mare. the property of John Harper, aud the dam of Longfel low, died nn frlj.. : ... B c . - '""j v.cuiug, ui tetanus. . WV in to Iniington at the V""" "cr ueatn. ror two or three laya she had been looking bad, Mr. Har per not knnwinn h.t au- .. k utp matter, r. Wallace Harper saw her on Thnrs- n tiuuouuoeoi tne cass tetanus. Ihe next evening she died. She was sev enteen years old. ja?'Ur a source of great profit i - b ivujui wi tue colts upon which the veteran torfmau has made hia nnf.tinn V... - . her colts, ha sold for ten thousand dol- ..,uu ne remsed twice that amount or uongieuow. The following .r., VQnt, M,.A in the order of their da r.K unn by Lexington (dead); Extra, by Endor ser; Exchange, by Endorser; Longfellow, A.xuuu, ijr ijiuorser; excel, Dy lindor- i .J""ruo' J i-oaorser; sucking olt, by Planet; in foal to Leamington at the time nt 1H r T . - I .JL .1 Ilk tUU IAT, I Press, 11th nit. growing to ba Hnmpthitia wkiK mov 1.- strictly called society in America. We uiaoovenng mat society does not mean a collection of rich people, whose Dossessiona nermit tlipm nnw nf traTagance; bnt that it means all sorts of peopie tuoae wno nave much money and those who have little; thoas whose mansions bold hlirtlfatala an.l tKnaj, parlors are crowded with fifty. And the mat is tne most important disoovery. Tha left-out feeling that many persons of moderate means have had is passing away. Thev find thev can take a rrni'a. ful part in social life without too great uuuuy ut lime ana money; ana they em brace the opportunity with oordialitv. Societv mmit rIwhvh Ku m i; ft,-t in this country from what it is anywhere ciso luitt ug comparison is possiDie. rfut it cannot fail to have a freedom and vari ety very attractive. Pf.bils of Billonists. When Profes sor Shearer started off from Market nare yesterday week we heard a ran- tic-man remark,," I wonld tike to go "tin tout Daiioon it i ware sure mat it would not be perforated bv a bullet from the rifle of some ignorant fool or other." Yesterday we heard of a circumstance which confirms ths judgment of the gen tleman. Near Fridtnsburg tbs balloon descended until it nearly touched tbs ground. Seeing it come down, one or two farmers got their rifles and started out to shoot and bag it. Fortunately for the aeronaut, before they could get in range the balloon rose out of barm's way. Pottsville Journal, i - . , Rsfusal of Naturalisation. A Law rence venderof intoxicants who presented himself before Judge Pitman in that city yesterday morning, requesting to be naturalized, was somewhat chagrined when his Honor refused to grant the re quest, on the ground that ths petitioner had been found guilty of violating the liquor law. , The judge is said to have dryly remarked "that there were citizens enough already who disobeyed the stat utes, without adopting more." Boston Journal. A BtODnnniriun. 1,1 ,1. a menagerie, is sporting in Savanuah river and the farmers aru tnrniiifr mil h scores to onpture him. , . Bprinir Mountain Tunnel Comnanv. Loc-atiuti of works, Klj Mining lltstrict, Lincoln Connty, Nevada; principal place of business, Ban Franciaco, California Notice There are delinquent upon the following de scribed stock, ou account of assessment lev ied on the Hth day of October, IK73, the sev eral amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : No. of No. of Names. Certificate, Hharrs. Amt. 1 M Bufftngton Trustee 128 10 3 J M Hurhngton Jr, Trustee.. 161 "0 S r M F.rwell 7 M m F M Freund, Truatee 1SS 26 S E Fisher, Trustee 3H7 Joo tit E Fisher, Trustee SHS 1100 40 E Fiaher, Truatee $49 16 3 20 John Otto 304 !5 -5 J T Pomeroy, Truitee 27 ion 20 JT Pomeror, Trustee 278 fill 10 J T Pomeroy, Tru.tee 271) 50 10 J T Pomeroy, Trustee 280 100 20 Geo Phillips, Truatee 257 60 10 John Koth. 104 - 20 4 t Clem I'hler, Trustee S.10 17 ! 3 40 1 Clem I'hler, Truitee Ml HO I 200 I Clem I'hler, Trustee 3)13 200 40 C F Webster. Trustee 130 60 10 C F Webster, Trustee 128 So 10 C F Webster, Trustee 337 100 20 Miner Martin, Trustee.... 207 IS 3 And In accordance with law aad an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 8th day of October, 1873, ao many shares of each par cel of said stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the Compa ny, S7 New Merchants' Exchange, California street, Ban Francisco, California, on Monday, the lat day of December, 1873, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. J. si. BurriMUTUN, secretary. Office: 37 New Merchanta' Exchange. Cali fornia street, Han Francisco, California. nis-ta Caroline Minlnar Comnanv. Loca tion ot worka, Ely Mining District, Lin coln County, Nevada Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the llta day of November, 1873, an assessment (No. 3) of thirty cents per share waa levied upon ths capital stock of the corpo ration, payable Immediately In United States gold snd silver coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, No. 419 California street, Ban Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Had day of Decern oer, isia, win ne aeunquent, ana aavemsea for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on the Thursday, tha latla day af January, 1874, to pay tbe delinquent assessment, together - with costs of advertising snd expenses of sale. jsy order of the Directors. CHA8. E. ELLIOT, Secretary. Office: Room 28. Hayward's Building. 410 Cali fornia street, San Franciaoo, Cel. nlA-td H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC AMD OONViiVANOBn COMMISSIONER OF DEEDN FOR CALIFORNIA AND UTAH I OOI.I..TCCJTTON8 MAI") K. Office, Main Street, aulO-tf Opposite Meadow Valley at. J. HOSMER'S PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Next Door to MALLET'S MARKET, Malu Street, - - Ploche, Nevada, i i ae.tf 4 '.:-4 REWARD. $25.00 FOB THE PERSON WHO HAS beat Johuny Clark's Faro Oame within tbe last six months at Ljtnch a corner. oai-u XOTXOX. DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE DR. 0. F. PHIL80N will attend to niy practice. D. L. DEAL, M. D. Florae, Oct. Slat, 187. nl-tf i'rofrssiutu! Cards. A. B. O'DOUGHEKTY, AttornerataIiw, Oltlcw mm Meadww Valley Street, Opposite Ho. T. ao37-tf ; ; ASSAYBR. OFFICE MEADOW KAUiT STREET, OPPOSITE , PIOCHE KOISTIIG WOKS. Compute Faculties (or Melting and Assaying Bullion, One of every description carefully assayed, ocl-tf DR. H. BERGSTEINT lat or aur rauiciaoo. Physioian, Surgeon and Accoucheur, Ornoa-WhnVe lalMing, Mala street, over the Stale Bank ot Nevada. Jy24-tf OR. O. I DEAL, Omci at Drag Store, Main street. riOCHK. NEVADA. . i Ja8-tf Alva. C. BxaHor-, M. D. 8. L. Lia, M. D. Ors. BISHOP & LEE, Physicians fc Surgeons, Main Street, PIOCHE KEY ADA. dS-tf w. w. aisBor. - a. m. sab. Bishop V 8abln, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PIOCHE, LINOOI.N COUNTY, NET. Ap28-tf Pitzer dt Corson, Attorneys at Law, PiOCHE CITY NEVADA D. Cosbo, U. S. Oou Ooitiusuona. oc'JU-tf DENTISTRY. ANY ONE FAYOBINO ME WITH their patronago may expectj every effort to be made to make all1 operations ss perroct sa possible. Ornca: Main street, plorhe, next door to Hatpin's. lapiltfj t. C. NICHOLS. E. P. SINE. W. N. ORANOKE SINE Si. GRANGER, Attorneys at JJelw BELMONT NEVADA. ALSO RRCE1VKR AND REGISTER ....or Tax. ... Land Office for this District. Ja9-tf DR. C. HARENBERC, r Piiyaioian So Burgeon. OFFICE ON MEADOW YAIXKY STREET, in Logan's Lodging House. Speclsl attention paid to private diseases. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Office houra, 1(1 a. m. till a p. m. Evening, from S to u. fj7-tt ' T. D. EDWARDS, ATTORN RT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, CARSON CITY, NEVADA, Will prictlc in all Ui Courtt of thU SUt.. BHiiK Attornt-y for the Central Pacific Railroad Compaiijr, will obtain title tu the lands belong Iuk to the Company, lor any parties wtttbing to pure base. Haviug paid enpei-tal attontion to the practice before the United Htatoi Land Office for sine years, respectfully tenders his services for that branch of business. Will take necessary steps to net-ore the selection of lsnds by the State, and obtain patents for the same for parties with or without their being present. Having an associate Attorney at Washlnffton. especial attention will be Riven to obtaining pieuui to puuuG lanuH ana mines, as well aa suits and busmen generally before the Depart nit-nts. niT'Jutf & HAS MUil VV U.ll VlLlt SVCCESSORS TO A. C. GORDON, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DXALEBg IN Wines, Liquors &l Clears Firo-Proof Buildingi La cour street, . Next Door north et the Poatoffloe, . PIOCHE . . . i . NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. IN CONNECTION WITH TEE alBOVB A neat - . Sample Room Is attached, where nothing but II Liqra selected from the above stock will be dispensed, which will be presided over by Mr. IN . MoAL 18TKR, who will be glad to see his old friends. myia-u JAMES CRONAN'S New Stone Store, MAIN 8TRE1.T, PJOCHE, NEV-V, wHOLBsasa am arrau. asaua in GROCERIES. :i: PROVISIONS 1RD SEIER1L IERCHKDISF, bionnsa FVt rtT'TITTu' dOTHrno Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Glass ware. Paints, Oils, Liquors, . Tobaooo exnei Oigetr 8. Having unusual taollttlea In nnylng, I am pre pared to sell goods at the lowest rates, "Witn One Prloas to All, COME, SEE, - AND BE SATISFIED. mjU-U , JAKE8 0BONAN. J. R. STAPLES & CO., PlocDe Street, below the PastaBlee, DEALERS M FIRMTURE, " , a". .aUCDe . . . Manufacturers of Upholstery OF ALL KINDS, . PKTl'KF. FRAMES and GLASS of all slaes, Tlch they offer for sale at reasonable prices, spring Matrasses, Hair Matrasses, Lounges snd Window Cornijuk Also, PAFEB HANOINO. UNDERTAKING. A splendid jssan Hearse always in attendant. - Wsassesv Jobbing aad Kepalreass executed neatly snd promptly. aallHf ios. a. ooeonma. San Francisco Fruit Store. Goschina & Giustin, CORNER MAIM AUD MEADOW VALLEY 8TB, riOCHE, KEVADA. Dealers in Foreign and Domestle rralte Confectionery and Toys, and Oeneral Prodooe, FlsMt Havmnaa Oigars snd Tobaooo, Freeh Limes, Lemons, Oranges, swan oa Baas From Z. iTtUaOOvieh Sl Co. The largest ut Beat witoleaals boasa In Baa Trsnslseo )eTtf Saloons. T. S. COUSUa D. T. O'xtTL. CAPITOL SALOON, MAIS STREET, PIOCHE. COLEMAN & O'NEIL, FROPBIKTOBS. KEEP THE BEST WISES, LIQCOR8 AND ClUAKa that see obtalnabU tn the United stales. niyisu MORE EXTENSIVE! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Betail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Laoour streets. ipioo: siiso Proprietor of ths Isong'-ssUblished nd wH-kuuwn FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, TAKES PLEASURE IN nfTORMINO OU) patrons and new ones that he will ouutlnue, as heretofore to keep THE FINEST WINES, LiIQTJORS -KTI OZGa-FLS IN THIS MARKET. Partirular attention will hereafter be given The Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stock Bars, in the city or out aide camps, sre invited to call and aample goods and learn pricea Befor Purchasing Elsewhere. ns-u E. HAMILTON, Wholesale and Retail - TJonlcr lu- riNsrampuNs u, Main Street, Ploclie. THE RETAIL DEPARTMENT COMPBISINO a Liquor and Billiard Saloon, with tour New and SPLENDID TABLES! Has been fitted np regardless of expense, and chsllenges comparison with any Haloon in the State. ,c-tf Armory Hall Saloon, Formerly known as BUOKHYB, yUJ, BE HEREAFTER CONDUCTED BY K. J. nANLKY, Proprietor. The rhoioeat brands of WINES, LIQUORS 4iu vuuAita win alwaya be found at the Bar Jyitf ' PALACE tm EQ01S. RUSSELL SCOTT HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAT PIN'S Hardware Btore, Main street, aud has eonuet-ted therewith a handsome Bar. Persons visiting the PALACE can rely on the best ef accommodations, and when other aintlBemPiita are mmiiroil it will nut lu. naAUUU.. ry to go elsewhere. oUrT-tf Magnolia Saloon, Bullion vllle, NEVADA. IS THE PLACE TO Pl'RCEASE VINE WINES, L1QC0IIS CIQAK8. mhS-tl J. Q. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia Brewery, MAIN STREET, PIOCUE, 8CHTJSTR1C1I fc KLEINE PROPRIETORS IS FURNISHINO A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OT Lager Beer, tn quantities to suit, at the low est rates. Adjoining caurps supplied on short notice. IrM-tf SHEA, BOCaUEEAZ & McKEE, (8CUCKMOES TO SULLIVAN k CASHMAN,) Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLS AOENTS fOS- Golden and Tea -Kettle Bourbon WHISKIES, Jor. Front nd Jackson St.., BAN FRANCISCO. aul3-tf L. uvntosToa. isjuc lkvt. A P. WILLIAMS. LIVINGSTON tfc CO., Importers and Wholssale Dealers in FI5E BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS. 310 4 223 CALIFORNIA STREET, , Between Battery and Front, San Francisco. Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast for AAA Old Valley, Old 76, C. L. Mills, and Pride of Kentucky Whiskies. solium ORIENT SALOON. J AM 8 CAMPBKXL. HAVING LEASED THE Saloon known as tha Orient, on the EAST HIDE OF LACOI'K STREET, Will be happy to see ill his eld friends, and as many new ones aa will bo pleased io favor him with a call. Nothing out the Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Will be dealt out over the bar. anM-tt J. CAMPBELL. . E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS of BRANDIES, WINES And IoIQXTOHJS, SIS front at., Corner Conunenlat at,, SAINT FRANCISCO. ir-tf GOOD NEWS ! TO 11IK (. - . i ' PEOPLE OF PIOCHE. QUILLEN & DONAHOE, ' ME-DOW VALI.EY STREET,'1 1 '' 5 ; - Sell the ' 1 ' ." Cheapest and Best Bread v ii IN TOWN. a loaves, i mm each, for io. nt-lm Susinrss (Tards. IO-. M. COOK, ASSAYSR. OFFICE 01 McttMolTsTRFiT, II REU Of CMS. WIEKRHOLD'S. Complete facilities for -AKNAV1XG AND MEXTIXG BVLLIOX. Ores of every description cart fully assayed. Come aad eee tha Pricea. nl-tf 0. P. SHERWOOD, County AsiBegisjor, LIXC0LX rWSTT, KEVADA. M. A. FRENCH and J. P. CURTIS. Depntiea, Onv-a: At the Court-house. oU-tf HOUAOH P. 13E12XK. jfVttorxxey at Zutw, 4KB NOTARY PlBHC Fur Lincoln County, Nevada. o!7-tf U. S. PATENTS FOR MINERAL LANDS. N. WESCOATT, H AVISO JUST KKCEIVED THE APPOINT Bientof U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor for the District of Lincoln County, hereby give, notice totheowneraof mining claims and mill sites, situate within this County, that he is now prepared to execute the necessary surveys, re quired by law, for parties who may be deairuus of aecuring their claims by a patent from the Government. All the necessary information as to the requisite preliminary steps will be afford ed en applying to tbe above, at his office on Meadow Valley atreet, immediately below toe Meadow Valley Dump limine N. lt.-Mr. Wescoatt will continue to give his best attention to mining surveying and engin eering: mrS2-tf JACOBS fc SULTAN, Pioche & Bullionville. WHOLSULS AND F.K4.1L DKALEM IM GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to COUNTRY ORDERS, noltf R baud TJNDEETAKER. OHKWOOD AND METAL i-ix lists oonatantly on1 Special Attention Given to tbe Shipment of Bodies East or West. A SPLENDID HEARSE Always in Attendance. fxitt D. C. CLARK& BROTHER STONE STORE, LOWKH MAIN STRKKT, PIOCUK. NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POWDER, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. mylU-tf KIV PHILLIPS, Collector, & Deputy Constable, WILL ATTEND TO THE COLLECTION of all bills and accounts that may be en trusted to him. OrncE st the Justice's Court, Lacour street, aeln-tf JAMES CLANCY. 1. O. McCOBMICK. WINES, LIQUORS AND OXOARS, main street, pioche. claxcy & Mccormick. ao28 JOHN BOEDER, STONE BTORE, WEST BIDE LACOCB STREET, PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General ' Merchandise. Highest price paid for Country Produce, such as Potatoes, Kggs, llulter, etc je-tf a. ciBux e. w. rox OAHTT.Ti k rox, STOCK BROKERS, 404 IIONTOOUEPV STREET, mil 4 San Francisco. Cel. (tf DR. B RE IV AIM. DR. PAUL Ml. BRENAN, THE CELEBRATF.t) PHYHICIAN AND M14D 10 A L LECTURER , hnm Ukr-n np his heftd qiuirtrs lu Hnn t-ranclsro, ij7 Montgomery utreet, opposite the Occidental Hotel entrance. urge Hooma mna tne oeet nvom mod at ions ror both Kxea. Hundrwls of Patient have been cumi by Dr. Bmnn sftor other phyxirisns have (ailed. HIb rocinra are uwd by tbe leadlnff pocialint of New York and Philadelphia 8eud tor ma Ltst 01 pruitea yuesuous ana hn printed Circularti. Ton who want a true physician's rxviccs corrcspoDdetice will 1m answered by reTnrn man on receipt 01 stamp, it. nrensn will send a prescription known as TRB NEW RBQERMINATOR for the cure of aU dis- eane of the genito urinary organs, Including dis ease ot tne Kioueya, maaoer, sexual urRans and Glands, which nerer fails to cure when used ao eordinR to directions. This prescription Is in. valuable, ax it thoroughly restores the Natwral Powers of the body when lost by diseatte, nervous debility or self-abune. Price of pre. acription 910.00 forwarded to any address. The Doctor will careful y compound the pretvrip tlon and send the medicine by express ftir $lfi.00, 110.00 to be paid in advance and $5.00 on receipt of the medicine, which la warranted In erery case. Address Dr. Paul M. tirenan, V21 Mont iromery street, or his private PmtonVe Box 3I. Bond for private circular eontaiutnK many thinjis worth knowing. m-iMf Masonic Directory. II ALL OS LACOI'R NTRB RT OT. JOHN LODGE. V. D. F. AND k3 A. M. Stated communications fourth Saturday evening in each month. (Tailed on ram tin icat ions first, second and third Saturday evenings at 7 X o'clock. A. A. YOUNG, W. at, ! D, Bhaw, SecrciUry. . SEYHTOKB R. A., CHAPTER Ko. , V. . Called convocation. Brat aad third Thnrs. . evenings in . each mouth at 7 o'clock. Stated eouvoeattona second snd fourth Thursdsy evenings la each month. Sojourning brethren and companion, ia good standing cordially favlted to attend. M. W. KALES, M. B. II. P. a. Kaatrsa, Secretary. )eM-tf isrfllanfous. HARRISON BROSM . . . .MtAUuta in.... Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Wall Paper, Ualnff, Doors aad Maala. fcc, MAIH STREET, PIOCHE. SPRING AND PC1.C MATRKHSJES, PARLOR AND BED.ROOH HKTH, FINE TOILET SETS, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A TOE ASSORTMENT Or ITHOL8TEM Ooods, Drapery, 4c. Paper Hanging done. apa-tf LUMBER, ! SHERWOOD tk BROM MAIN STREET, PIOCUE, CAS SCPPLT ALL KINDS ....or..., MININO AND BUILDINO LtlBER. SAWED TIMBER. HEWED TIMBER AND POLES. Have on hand CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD aud SUGAR PINE, MOULDINGS, Etc., Etc. Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, and have con .5 "J"?, hand a large aripply, whkh mil be sold st REASONABLE BATES. .pas tf J. EISBNMANN & (0., MAIN piocnK ,8trei:t, NEVA OA, IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IN STOVES, CROCK ERV, ULA.HK WARK, and HOl'HK F1RX. ISJBIN'G Cioodn. Manufacturera of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, numbers, Steam and Oas Fitters. WE ARE SOW PREPARED TO CON trait for Air Pipe, Blowers, Furnace Pipe, Lift Pnmpt, fee., of any required slut snd weight. Also Agents for the Oelebrsted Buck's Psteut wv otuvw, spV-tX $uttl$, Restaurants ?tr, San Francisco Restaurant ERY. MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Deiter Stable. Gllifrled b Brlsmeber, Proprletora. Fresh Oysters in every style. Otien daV .nd ninltt tr ftt uvrnnmn.ll the public. u'il-it PARLOR RESTAURANT, McCANXON STREET. la Rear of the T .7V. REFITTED AND EEOPENED. Elegant Rooms for Private Parties. Meals from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. oS-U F11ASK SCHOONMAKER. MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Corner of Main and Meadow Talley streets, PIOCHE - . . . ? EVADA. - Proprietor. F. KA.STEN THE MEADOW V4LLKY BREWERY HAS been flttMd nn In th mnst auurl " snd snpplied with SUPER OR BRANDS OF LIQUORS and CIGARS r.4f3KR RRirn rWina Dni...jiiJ ery at Meadow Valley, trfl-tf LAFAYETTE RESTAIRAM Mcmnur Vmcv 5t a M ii, MUHVH INkkkl UAf K HA VINO TAKEN THIS POPrLAR RES TAURANT, are determined to anare nn pains In furnishing the best board to lie had in Pioche, and hope to receive the patronage of all their old friends Board bjr the Werk...i (10.00 Board bjr the Meal 5 Meals stent ant, eaeh LOO Special attention paid to furnishing Suppers for Balls, Bridsl Psrties, ete. )W-U CASON It BARGES. Propr'a. PURCHASE Walker House. TTAVrXfl THIS PAY PVRCHASED THE JLX Walker House, ve are now In poesoaalon ot the two best hotela In Halt Lake City, ot the Walker House we deem it unnecessary to say anything In lu behalf, ita splendid design and elegant equipment beUg to well known to tbe DUUIK. The CLIFT HOl'SE. though not so Well known a the Walker HunM-liKvln. tw. open but s few weeks is n rst-claw in all lu appointments, me bulletin,. iMtno n k. furniture of the most faaliloaable and elegant style. The location of this house is central and commands a splendid view of the lake and ever snoWHilad mountain, .tid surrounding soenery. Its local reputation ia superior to thst of any other house in the rlty. With the above facilltiea at our command we teei asHurea in guaranteeing satisfaction to all. nnpa-niuij, eto., . ... . KITCHEN BROS. August 1, 18T3. sulS-tf NOTICE. A LL STATE AND COl'NTY TAXES FOR J the fiscal year ending Slot dsy ef Decern bu, 1;, are now due and payable, and the law la regard their collection will be strictly en forced. ,k JOHN BOEDER, Treasurer, Lincoln County, Nov, and et-ofaelo Tax Boceivee. Ho.be, Nov., Oct. 90. MTS. oOl.tf ; rnxxctM o acekt. . . 0. W. CHAXK, S Moateomery atna. tatou Ageat for the Piocaa Dau.r tiaooao, author iaMt to eon tract and collect for adveittae menta, at our toweat cash rates, in eoin. Ad vertisers are toouasted to leave tWireveWa with klas, as aoae other will ao waegalssd ' TERMS OP ADVERTIPINU. Aaseassuent tiotises jao Delinquent hales, per square a Postponement Delinqnenctaa, par square.... DisaoluUon Notice, 10 Kottce to Creditors w Court 8naimone.jer square Special Locale Fifty Cents per line, fur list. mm a uonta lor eeca aubseqaeBt I JOB WORK. Done at the Baconn office la the beat style known to the art; aad u net bo laud for on de livery, unless persons having the work done nave ataudlng acconnta with the office. No da vieiloa from this rale. THE STATE BANK OF lEVADA, 1 OOH 33 . Board vf Ulroetors, ioum P. KaXLKT President Cue. A. Wild tan ol.o. . Vice President Ckas. A. WrxDERHoLD Secretary iowm Uanau. I T. w. Wwuhi, H. b. Lrnnois, I Hakst I. Thokxtos, A. Baowx. DEP081TS RECFJVED EITHER ON OPEN aiiaiiavai x-a aaniawoas uisjrc-jar Payable on lemaad. OCMUSI DUWI BPOI NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, aad other Principal Cities of tha United states. Also upon LONDON. DUBLIN, PABI8, BERLIN, ana ut oi tne rruicipal cities of Europe. Currency Boojht uti Soli aM.l' II Ad s muccuoni rismpii) lut, BULLION Pur. 1.. 11 , . ut ..... M mission. Rail.KO. n mmA UTWINA DTIU't. 11 V. and Sold ou Commiaaion. J. W. WRIOHT, of-tf . Bank alanager. WELLS, FARGO ate CO., KXCHANGB, BANKING axd Express Company. BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Transfers on Chicago and New York, paya ble in the principal citiea of the United Stales and Canada: also Bills on London. ' currency bought aad sold. Collections and Commlaaluna of all kln.u . ented, and General Expreas and Banking Buai Bess attended to promptly in .11 psrts of the n.iru r.Urupe ana uanaaa. Bullion bomzht and ADVANrrn ai atip ns SHIPMENTS OF BULLION; Exchange bought. Deposits received. Assessments paid and Dividends collected en Mining Htocks. EAPItlikJM LINKS To California, Nevada, Oregon. Nebraska, Col orado, Montana, Wyoming, Washington and Idsho Territories, Britl.h Ooluiubis, New York, Atlantic States aud Europe, Mellcaa Ports, Yokohama, Hongkong, fchaughal. Olttre In Jacobs A. Hultaa's Uloek, Main Klroot, Plocbe. Je28.tf . 1. M. SEIBERT. Agent. tagc ana .fast fright. Daily Stage Line. PIOOHB ....TO,... SALT LAKE CITY. GUJIES 4 SALISBUEY, Proprietors. CARRYING U. S. MAIL, AND WELLS. FAB GO fe CO. '8 EXPRESS via Fillmore, Scipio, Nephl, Payson, and Lehl, With Branch Line from RIveralda to Norttt Star aad Beaver. Stages leSve daily at S A. M. Offlee at Wells, Pariro ai Co. 'a. Daily Stage Line, PIOCHE ....TO.... HAMILTON. AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO SCHELL CREEK TEAVIS & 00.. ProDrietora. CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND WELLS. FAB. GO fe CO.-8 EXPKEHH. Both Unea newly Mewked with Fine . L u . . ............ . n ....... .v .. nunaaa ..n Slew ;SCOKD COACHEsi. kMa n.U . m. . close connection with Railroad Stage from Haui- OBlceatWeUa, Farao d( Ca. 'a, d30-tf BILLY'S STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE BETWEEN PIOCHE, BlJlONVlIiLiS, AND PANACA. . LEAVES PIOCHE AT 10 A. M FROM Presa Wand's Corner, and Bullionville at 1 p. m., from A. Brown's Saloon. Fare, 91.00. From Uulltonvllle to Panaca and the Bathe, fare SO centa. woodTwood ! ORDERS LEFT AT BOONE a DOLMAN'S or with T. 0. Thomas, who will deliver wood in any part of the city. Milk, Batter and Rut termllk 1 At the old rates. seil-f TTM. CCLVERWrXL MYERS & LICHTENSTE1H, IUCTI0I m C0MM1SSIQI IERCR1ITS, BUICK BTJILDLNQ, LACOUB STEEET OUT DOOR SALES PROMPTLY ATTENDED T AUCTION SALES EVERY EVENING. EVERY description of merchandise such as Gold aad Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing and Fur nishlng Goods, etc 7 Ooods at Private aale at Auction Bates, ta Pioche Baliery. QUILLEA fc DO.XAHOE, Dealers in Groceries, WDTES A5D U&U0R8, Meadow Valley c ' W The highest price paid tor Utah Produce" anivtf BaMrtSal a4 wtM taSw DAILY BIOOItD.